The first ever participant to compete on behalf of The Muscular Help Foundation in the 2004 Michelob ULTRA London Triathlon.
Mike Adams is 38 and has spent over 18 years in the area of software development for hi-tech organisations. As part of his leisure time he is an occasional cyclist and runner with his main hobbies being war gaming and photography. Mike is married with one son Matthew who is 10 years old and keeps close tabs on his dad’s ever-increasing time consuming hobbies! Mike lives in Bournemouth with his family.
Mike is a close family friend to Michael and Sue McGrath and has known them for over 16 years and was thrilled to become involved in helping The Muscular Help Foundation by using his muscles to save muscles.
Paul Stephen Lubicz, an internationally renowned Health and Fitness author, journalist and Sunday Times Fitness Expert is providing coaching guidance to Mike Adams, The Muscular Help Foundation’s first ever competitor in a Triathlon event
Mike will be doing the Olympic distance event on Sunday 1st August 2004 – this will involve a swim of 1500m, a cycle ride of 40km and a run of 10km. The event is being held at the Excel conference centre with the swimming element taking place at the Victoria Docks, London.
Mike recently successfully completed the Dorchester Fast Twitch Triathlon on the 9th May 2004 as a pre-run to the London Triathlon, finishing with a respectable time … well done Mike!
Please help Mike reach his fundraising goal by donating online at: https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/mikeadamstriathlon Top
Lydia Drukarz, Director
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